Planting for Year-Round Color
Spring doesn't have to be the only pretty season in the yard. Here's how to have your yard's other seasons look as good as spring.
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Perennials, shrubs and trees do more than provide color, fragrance, foliage and filler for the garden year after year. Choose your plants carefully and you can have color all year-round.
Many perennials have a two- to three-week heyday of high bloom and then retreat into foliage. The following list is only a bare-bones beginning for your perennial planning. Do a little research and choose the flowers and hues of your liking.
Design and arrange your containers to shape a garden with these tips from HGTV.com.